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Ruth Kelly

Ruth Kelly (nata in Limavady in Hibernia provinciae Ulster die 9 Maii 1968) est rerum politicarum perita Britannica factionis Laboris quae inter alia multos annos minister et a die 1 Maii 1997 usque ad diem 6 Maii 2010 legata apud Parlamentum Britannicum fuit. Kelly societatis Opus Dei sodalis est.

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